Multiple Limited-Time Offerings Ending Later This Year at Walt Disney World

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If you were planning a trip to Walt Disney World later this year, you may want to take note of these longstanding and limited-time offerings ending in the coming months. Here’s the breakdown of the offerings ending this year:

Animal Kingdom

  • Hakuna Matata Time Dance Party – a family-friendly event featuring some of your favorite Disney friends—like Timon and Rafiki—as well as music by a Caribbean street band. (Ending 9/30/19)

Epcot

Hollywood Studios

  • The Super Shindig – A dance party where you get to boogie on down with Frozone, Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, and a lively host/emcee. The party also has interactive games for extra audience participation. (Ending 9/30/19)

Magic Kingdom

  • Mickey and Minnie’s Surprise Celebration – A celebration featuring a meet and greet with Mickey and Minnie in special outfits, meet and greets with rare Disney characters by the Flag Pole, and a Pluto Meet and Greet in Storybook Circus. (Ending 9/30/19)

All other offerings, like Move it! Shake it! MousekeDance it! Street Party and Rivers of Light: We Are One, that were announced during this timeframe will continue to operate at Walt Disney World.

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Michelle
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Michelle

I didn’t know a firework show that ran for 20 years is considered a limited time offering.

I'd consider it longstanding though
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I'd consider it longstanding though

“If you were planning a trip to Walt Disney World later this year, you may want to take note of these LONGSTANDING and limited-time offerings ending in the coming months.”

Michelle
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Michelle

Yes, but the headline states specifically limited time only. Differing between headline and actual article = clickbait,

Jason Diffendal
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Jason Diffendal

Some people have a really skewed definition of clickbait. First of all, a differing between headline and actual article is NOT clickbait. I’m not going to get into why, but it’s not. Look it up.
But the bigger issue here is people being negative. We could have left IllumiNations out of the article, but we’re giving you MORE information than the headline advertised. And you’re complaining. Everything the headline advertised is in the article, and then some. You’re complaining you got MORE than you bargained for.

I'd consider it longstanding though
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I'd consider it longstanding though

Yeah, as Jason said. So, per your argument, the article should actually JUST be the headline written again. Because if you put MORE information in the article than given in the headline, that’s “clickbait”. Did the article give the information promised by the headline? yup. Per Merriam-Webster, clickbait is defined as “something (such as a headline) designed to make readers want to click on a hyperlink especially when the link leads to content of dubious value or interest”. Now, was this a headline “designed to make readers want to click on a hyperlink”? Absolutely. However, if you’re going to fault… Read more »

Andre Willey
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Andre Willey

And Reflections of Earth should have run for another 20, and another 20 after that… The rest you can close tomorrow as far as I’m concerned.

Tom Limited-and-Longstandingless
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Tom Limited-and-Longstandingless

Just for clarification… when the Mickey and Minnie meet and greet ends, will Mickey return in his old costume and Minnie will go back to Pete’s Silly Sideshow? An update to the post would be greatly appreciated!

Emma
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Emma

Disney haven’t released that info yet!